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Serbia and Kosovo leaders hold long-awaited face-to-face talks as the EU seeks to dial down tensions

  • The leaders of Serbia and Kosovo held a face-to-face meeting to address their strained relations and prevent tensions from escalating. The June dialogue failed to produce results as both leaders had different interpretations of the issues at hand.
  • Serbia and Kosovo have been at odds since the 1998-99 war, resulting in over 10,000 deaths. While Kosovo declared independence in 2008, Serbia has yet to recognize it. Recent clashes in May over local elections further heightened tensions.
  • Senior lawmakers from the US criticized the negotiators for not putting enough pressure on the Serbian leader and called for a change in the diplomatic approach. Vui's close ties with Russian President Putin and refusal to impose sanctions on Russia over the Ukraine conflict contribute to concerns.
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